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the Grim Reaper

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  • the Grim Reaper
  • the Angel of Death
  • the Dark Angel

death knell

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put someone to death

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a termination of life, usually as the result of an accident or a disaster

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the permanent end of all life functions in an organism or part of an organism

the time when something ends

the time at which life ends

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a final state

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the act of killing

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Oligohydramnios, intrauterine growth retardation and fetal death due to umbilical cord torsion.
Nevertheless, the external examination remains especially valuable when a complete autopsy cannot be performed It allows detection of external anomalies and can provide a rough estimate of the time of fetal death depending on other variables.
However, infant mortality statistics also leave out some vital information, such as ignoring fetal deaths before birth, that may distort the picture in another way.
Aneuploidies detection in miscarriages and fetal deaths using multiplex ligation dependent probe amplification: An alternative for speeding up results?
The researchers suggested that improving access to care might help reduce disparities in fetal death.
A follow-up study failed to find significant changes in sex ratio of offspring or fetal death rates in this small sample population (Schnorr et al.
A traditional visit 2 weeks after the visit at 32 weeks would probably have detected early pre-eclampsia and fetal growth impairment, and fetal death might have been avoided.
If angiogenic biomarker levels remain normal, we can reassure patients that fewer than 5 out of 100 will not develop serious complications, such as preeclampsia, severe growth restriction or fetal death," said Jane E.
De la Rama explained that the great danger of teen pregnancy is fetal death.
It is associated with serious maternal and fetal morbidity, such as Wernicke's encephalopathy, coagulopathy, peripheral neuropathy, fetal growth restriction, and even maternal and fetal death.
We obtained live birth and fetal death certificates from all in-hospital deliveries occurring in Pennsylvania and California between January 1, 1995 and June 30, 2005.
Getting the flu while pregnant makes fetal death more likely, the Norwegian research showed.
Those under 40 years of age were seven times more likely and those aged 40-49 years twice as likely to approve of medical abortion after fetal death and for severe eclampsia with fetal death, compared with older doctors.
Nearly nine in 10 (88%) said that they approved of medication abortion in cases of anembryonic pregnancy or of fetal death before 20 weeks' gestation, while smaller proportions (63-65%) approved of this option before 20 weeks' gestation if the fetus had multiple severe anomalies or was anencephalic (missing a major part of the brain).